Love keeps no record of wrong


love keeps no record of wrongs

I don’t know which kills marriage more — being easily angered or compiling lists of offenses. The Bible prohibits both in 1 Cor. 13:5: Love is not easily angered; love keeps no record of wrong.

We mistakenly think we are winning by keeping score. Nothing could be further from the truth. By “winning” we are actually losing — our marriage.

Somebody should pre-package marriage with a warning about its toxicity, and the Centers for Poison Control should be ready to prescribe ample amounts of forgiveness and forgetfulness (in equal measure) as the antidote.

With the toxicity comes a whole of of beauty and fun, but only if you keep the antidote plenteous.

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18 responses to “Love keeps no record of wrong

  1. Nice article. I used to keep records of wrongdoing and every time we got into an argument, I would bring up whatever I thought my husband did wrong, which was nothing major.
    One day he asked me why I kept on bring up the past and I didn’t have a good answer. Now, I can honestly say, that I have grown in that area and don’t do that any more. Of course, we seldom argue anymore. Thank God. (smile)

  2. I saw a Japanese TV program once that showed a housewife who was proud of her notebook of all the things her husband had done wrong. That’s no marriage at all!

  3. I will tell my testimony as much as I can. People need to know that God can change a heart and we can change our ways if we want to. 1 Corinthians 13 is a POWERFUL chapter to study and meditate on if we want to change. It has helped me tremendously.

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